The first day of practice went down last night on the Jon Olsson Invitational jump in Åre, Sweden, and based on what took place, it's safe to say that the madness has officially begun.

During the session, Russ Henshaw landed the second ever triple cork 14, McRae Williams became the second skier to throw a switch triple rodeo 12, and Klaus Finne attempted a triple cork 18.

Russ Henshaw's triple cork 14

Check out the video below for a few highlights from last night's first action-packed session, and if what you're about to witness is a sign of things to come, JOI is already on track to be the most progressive and intense big air event freeskiing has even seen. Stay tuned for more, and be sure to check out for more info and updates on the event.

JOI-VB_DAY2_FIRST_PRACTICE from Jon Olsson Video Blog on Vimeo.